May 6, 2015 9:39 AM
MANCHESTER - Police in Manchester say they seized nearly 25 grams of heroin in a Rite Aid parking lot after an investigation into a city man.
The Special Enforcement Division, Special Investigations Unit seized the heroin and arrested 22-year-old Terrance Jackson Tuesday during a motor vehicle stop in the parking lot of the Rite Aid at 270 Mammoth Road.
Police said detectives had an ongoing investigation into Jackson, and believed he would be heading to Lawrence, Mass., to pick up more heroin before returning to Manchester.
Jackson was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, violation of bail, and sale of a controlled drug after 24.5 grams of heroin was found after searching his car - a 2015 Volkswagon Jetta.
The sale of a controlled drug charge stemmed from an April 15 incident where Jackson allegedly sold a gram of heroin to an undercover officer.
He was expected to be arraigned Wednesday in the 9th Circuit Court in Manchester.
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